Gilbert Syndrome - Treatment

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What is the treatment for Gilbert syndrome?

There is no need for treatment, and the prognosis (outlook) is excellent.

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Comment from: gylbertsyndrome, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: July 08

I am 61 years. My gastroenterologist told me I have Gilbert syndrome. I am having hepatitis Ag for the last 24 years. The same doctor is in constant touch with me who is renowned in my city. My bilirubin is always high, like 2, sometimes 2.5, recently it went up to 3. My doctor told me not to worry and given supplement tablets for liver. He says not to worry. I trust my doctor.

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Comment from: duarte, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: November 13

As I was growing I used to get liver pain, yellow eyes, and tired every time I had jaundice. My granny used to give me local medicine and keep me on diet, I had jaundice at least 8 times, since I was very fond of fatty foods, chocolates, cakes, and oily food. When I was an adult I fell very sick, for almost a year I did not know what was going wrong. I tried all the best medicines for jaundice, but only later did I discover I had Gilbert syndrome. Best medicine is to follow a healthy diet, eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, juices, and avoid oily products and fatty foods. Exercise regularly and stay fit. Don't lose hope.

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